Daniel Craig has donated £ 10,000 to three walking parents for a suicide prevention charity.
The ‘James Bond’ star made the generous donation to Andy Airey, Mike Palmer and Tim Owen, who are taking a 300-mile walk in the UK in memory of their daughters Sophie, Beth and Emily for the Papyrus charity.
The trio described Daniel’s donation as “fantastic” and were delighted that he allowed them to publicize the gesture.
Airey told The Guardian newspaper: “We found out yesterday morning, while Mike and Tim were traveling to Cumbria, we were talking on WhatsApp in a state of surprise.”
“By the time they arrived, we received a note saying that Daniel Craig was happy to have his name attached, which was just fantastic. It’s a very generous donation, but to have the person who is the most famous actor in the world right now. , being happy to help was just brilliant. “
Daniel reprises his role as James Bond for the last time in the new 007 film ‘No Time To Die’ and recently confessed that he couldn’t stop seeing Prince Charles during the film’s world premiere at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
The 53-year-old actor said: “We were all in the royal box … I sat next to Camilla and Charles.
“I’m pretty busy looking at the audience, yeah, because I’m a little nervous and I want to see what [they think]. “
Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel said, “So Prince Charles is sitting there and you’re just looking at him?”
His guest pretended to bow and replied, “Yes, I want to see that he is not gone.”
Jimmy joked, “It must have been a relaxing experience for him.” Bond keeps looking at me, I want to check my text messages, what’s going on here? When am I going to be king now? Am I going to turn this guy into a knight? ‘”